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OfflineJenherself
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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: pattern]
    #1464627 - 04/16/03 04:57 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Yeah ok I never was very good at politics
on to a new forum for this chicky.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: pattern]
    #1464629 - 04/16/03 04:58 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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Governments exists and instead of trying to bring them down, we should use them as tools in the most productive way possible.




Now there's a novel idea...lol....



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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: pattern]
    #1464651 - 04/16/03 05:04 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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Seeing as how there are alot more poor people than rich people, shouldnt we sacrifice the rich people's money to make life better for all the poor?  :tongue:   



No we shouldn't. It is not our decision to make. If a rich person wants to give to charity or help the poor he sees around him then he can. If we strip him of some of his earnings forcefully then we are doing nothing but playing robin hood. That is the majority oppressing the minority.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: pattern]
    #1464678 - 04/16/03 05:13 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

My vision for the future is one that neither relies on leaching (welfare, governmental priveledges) nor social connections. However, we all know that the social aspects will always play a vital role.

If I was rich and had kids, why do you think they would be the ones to inherit my business, it is mine after all isn't it? I would sell it plain and simple. There is no reason anyone needs handouts. But, I am not average and most would give their child the business. Now they need to worry about things such as finances, advertising, marketing, and research and development. If they do not know how, then they will either sell the business or hire more workers and executives (either way they are not going to keep profits up).

I never stated that I wanted to bring down our govenment, I just think a severe reorganization and evalution of where its current policies may lead it is in order.

I will predict that the more our government tries to do, the less successful that it becomes at doing anything. You can already start to see the trend happening, but it may take a while for it to fully bloom. Then our economy will lead the rest of the world into the second major depression. Oh. and this one will be far, far worse.

The economy is structured so that at optimal conditions it has the least govenment inteference and maximum competition.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: Azmodeus]
    #1464698 - 04/16/03 05:20 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

I would be willing to bet that the majority of the poor are there by there choosing. There is always something you can do to make money. If you have to get a second job to get by, so be it, if you have to get a job to get by, you better bust your ass looking. I have been consistently employed since I was sixteen and would have it no other way as I know working is the only way to advance yourself. There is no reason a thirty year old, who has a full day to work, can not find a job. This is obviously a sign of lack of motivation or just general stupidity. Both of these qualities are undesirable and therefore should not be funded to keep them from dieing.

Welfare is funding the devolution of society and that is why I have little hope for mankind.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: diggitydankman]
    #1464740 - 04/16/03 05:33 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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I would be willing to bet that the majority of the poor are there by there choosing.



LMFAO!!! Good one! Oh wait...you were serious???

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There is always something you can do to make money.



Ya, like sell drugs, but that often lands people in the slammer.

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If you have to get a second job to get by, so be it, if you have to get a job to get by, you better bust your ass looking.



Are you aware that there are people with two or even three jobs that still can't make ends meet?

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I have been consistently employed since I was sixteen



Good for you. You're one of the lucky ones.

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There is no reason a thirty year old, who has a full day to work, can not find a job.



What if he has a criminal record? It's hard to find employment then.

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This is obviously a sign of lack of motivation or just general stupidity.



Say a woman gets pregnant and the man walks out on her. She has to raise the baby all by herself. Now, it may be stupid to get pregnant if you know there won't be a guy to raise the child, but sometimes the man just walks out on her. I don't think that's lack of motivation or stupidity. In fact, many women in this situation turn to prostitution to provide for their child.

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Both of these qualities are undesirable and therefore should not be funded to keep them from dieing.



Hmm...killing off undesirables....Where have I heard that before? Oh yes! Nazi Germany.

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Welfare is funding the devolution of society and that is why I have little hope for mankind.



It is that kind of apathy for the well-being of others that gives me little hope for mankind.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: silversoul7]
    #1464798 - 04/16/03 05:51 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

The funniest part is that every condition you listed is by the persons choosing. You are a criminal because you choose to, the woman is pregnant because she has choosen to spread her legs.

If you have two jobs making seven dollars an hour then you should be working sixty hours a week. Income will equal 23,000. Unless you have a raging addiction, this is enough to live on, maybe not well but live.

Last I checked Hitler killed the Jews. Where the hell did I state that I want to kill anyone? Letting evolution happen is far from killing, in fact I think that is the most desirable thing thatcould happen in our society.

Why should I have any apathy for anyone. I am here on this rock to do one thing and that is provide for myself, I have no concern for those that can not do as I.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: diggitydankman]
    #1464812 - 04/16/03 05:59 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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The funniest part is that every condition you listed is by the persons choosing. You are a criminal because you choose to, the woman is pregnant because she has choosen to spread her legs.



So you don't believe in second chances? A guy should die of hunger because he got caught selling weed? The woman and her child should die because her husband walked out on her? They are decisions, yes. But sometimes there are unforseen consequences to our decisions.

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If you have two jobs making seven dollars an hour then you should be working sixty hours a week. Income will equal 23,000. Unless you have a raging addiction, this is enough to live on, maybe not well but live.



Mabye if you're only taking care of yourself. What if you have kids to feed?

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Last I checked Hitler killed the Jews. Where the hell did I state that I want to kill anyone? Letting evolution happen is far from killing, in fact I think that is the most desirable thing thatcould happen in our society.



Unless you were born poor, I don't think you're in any position to say that poor people are in that position because of any defects.

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Why should I have any apathy for anyone. I am here on this rock to do one thing and that is provide for myself, I have no concern for those that can not do as I.



Then I hope you never have children, lest you leave them to fend for themselves.


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Offlineatomikfunksoldier
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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: silversoul7]
    #1464838 - 04/16/03 06:11 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

no alberta sucks, and all albertans should be labelled as right-wing greedmongers who have no souls, so alberta can be sufficiently alienated by the rest of canada, so it will have a real reason to seperate.

hahaha. no alberta doesnt really "suck", but it is a gathering point for canada's selfish pro-american fools. and since when is privitization a good thing? whoever said that needs to evaluate the current social condition of the united states. i would rather have to wait in line at a hospital (and lose alot of blood) that treats people equally. then die outside of a profit-orientated hospital.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: silversoul7]
    #1464857 - 04/16/03 06:19 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Those not in the position to have kids simply should not have them. A bitch who gets walked out on obviously is not in a stable position and should not have them, if you can hardly support yourself why would you have kids. It is all in a persons ability to choose what they think is best.

I was not born poor, but I was born to a mother who was divorced within five years of my birth and three years of my brothers. My dad is a deadbeat who supports as he sees fit (no money for anything). My mother busted her ass and when she remarried, she did not need help financially. It did make things easier, but she would have provided for us by herself if she needed to.

I would be a perfectly good father who taught my kids right from wrong. And they would be perfectly adapted to go out into the world and live and produce and make a living.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: pattern]
    #1464868 - 04/16/03 06:24 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Pattern writes:

The Canadian government is good to me, I'm satisfied paying a small amount of my low earnings to get good health care, police, etc. As a plus I end up getting most of my taxes back at the end of every year.

Will you be as satisfied with the government when you actually start making a halfway decent amount of earnings and find that more than half your paycheck never makes it into your hands? When I left Canada (Ontario) fifteen years ago, I was making less than a six figure income, but more than fifty per cent of the money I earned vanished in compulsory payroll deductions. Out of what was left, I paid another fifteen per cent (8 per cent GST and 7 per cent PST) on virtually everything I bought. Much higher taxes than that on cigarettes, alcohol and gasoline, of course. Plus over $2400 a year in property taxes on my modest house.

For example you tax a guy making a million a year for %50, and that guy is still doing great. You tax a guy making $30,000 a year for %50, and now his life is alot worse.

If the government would get its nose out of every single facet of your life and restrict itself to its legitimate function of protecting its citizens (cops, courts, and military), a flat tax of 10% would be plenty to support it.

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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: atomikfunksoldier]
    #1464875 - 04/16/03 06:28 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Dude, you should learn something about economics. Competition, which is only available through privitization, is the only way to increase the reliability and trustworthyness of any market (be it a healthcare or industry). What would happen if you went to a public healthcare service and then they discovered that you were a criminal, do you truly think that they would treat you equally? Whereas a private hosptal will not give a damn. Governments in general are notorious for being the most favor giving organizations alive. Oh, you donated money to (this and that) well we will be sure to give you special treatment. How oblivious can you guys be? You think that our taxes go to things we need. Ha, next time look at what governent employees get as benefits.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: Phred]
    #1464879 - 04/16/03 06:30 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Phewww, I was begining to feel alone after zoz left.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: diggitydankman]
    #1464933 - 04/16/03 06:50 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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Those not in the position to have kids simply should not have them. A bitch who gets walked out on obviously is not in a stable position and should not have them, if you can hardly support yourself why would you have kids. It is all in a persons ability to choose what they think is best.



So only people who go thru life without making any mistakes deserve to live? I suppose you have perfect taste in the opposite sex? You can't always tell what's going to happen next.

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I was not born poor, but I was born to a mother who was divorced within five years of my birth and three years of my brothers. My dad is a deadbeat who supports as he sees fit (no money for anything). My mother busted her ass and when she remarried, she did not need help financially. It did make things easier, but she would have provided for us by herself if she needed to.



I'm assuming she was college-educated and managed to hold down a middle-class job, am I right? Not everyone has that luxury.

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I would be a perfectly good father who taught my kids right from wrong. And they would be perfectly adapted to go out into the world and live and produce and make a living.



And if they proved to be deadbeats, would you turn them away?


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: silversoul7]
    #1465086 - 04/16/03 07:38 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

diggity dank man: no, i think it is you who should a few things about human rights: spheres of social existence that affect a citizen's rights need to be under public control, once you privitize things like water supply, health care, welfare etc, they cease to exist as a social service, and become a profit-oriented capitalist affair. services that people need in order to live, like hospitals and clean water, should not be bastardized by those wanting to make a profit, they are human rights, not "markets". there is no reason for competition or profits in institutions like hospitals, its ridiculous. America is a prime example of privitization gone awry, they are the richest nation in the world, but dont even rank in the top twenty places to live (regarding average quality of life. in fact, in quality of life surveys done by human rescource organizations. the first american city that ranks is honolulu at number #40. America's privitization policy has only widened the gap between the rich and the poor, and now it doesnt come close to any of the socialist/capitalist countries like canada/sweden/switzerland/finland/denmark etc etc. capitalism needs to be balanced with socialism in order to have a balanced society that serves the needs of the people.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: diggitydankman]
    #1465179 - 04/16/03 08:15 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

People choose to pay taxes by earning income while a citizen of their country.

THe poor are punished more harshly by the justice system, have to pay prices inflated by the wealthy, while the wealthy benefit from prices lowered by the poorer masses.

If you do not wish to pay taxes, then do not make money.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: atomikfunksoldier]
    #1465200 - 04/16/03 08:25 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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spheres of social existence that affect a citizen's rights need to be under public control



'Spheres of social existence?' What does that mean? Human beings are highly social animals, a very great deal of what we do involves social interactions of one form or another. Should my right to dance among others be under public control? Should my right to use chemical substances among others be under public control? Should the right to kiss my wife or children be under public control?

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once you privitize things like water supply, health care, welfare etc, they cease to exist as a social service, and become a profit-oriented capitalist affair.



Capitalism is a social activity, capitalism provides services. What's wrong with making a profit? Are you implying that all doctors, all people who work for the water company, all people who work in the welfare system should gain no profit from their activities?

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...services that people need in order to live, like hospitals and clean water, should not be bastardized by those wanting to make a profit



What does the term 'bastardized' mean?

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...they are human rights, not "markets".



Please define 'human rights,' by this I do not mean list everything that you think people shouldn't pay for. What qualifies something as a 'human right?' Why does your desire to see something as a right allow you (via the government) to force someone else to pay for it?

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there is no reason for competition or profits in institutions like hospitals, its ridiculous.



Why is it rediculous? We allow competition for profits in the production and distribution of food (an even more basic good) and it seems to work a lot better than our highly regulated and increasingly socialized medical care.

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America is a prime example of privitization gone awry



How is this so, American society and business are much more highly regulated and we have a much greater degree of socialism than 100 years ago.

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they are the richest nation in the world, but dont even rank in the top twenty places to live



You must be reading different surveys than I do. This is quite subjective. Additionally America has many varied places to live.

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America's privitization policy has only widened the gap between the rich and the poor



What 'privatization policy' are you referring to? What proof do you have that this mythical privatization policy has led to a widened gap between the rich and the poor? I have seen in my lifetime a widened gap between my earnings and what I am allowed to keep by ever increasing and ever burdensome governments.

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... capitalism needs to be balanced with socialism in order to have a balanced society that serves the needs of the people.



Capitalism does serve the needs of the people, if a business entity doesn't, it goes out of business. If a socialist enterprise is inefficient, it gets more money squeezed from the taxpayers.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: Baby_Hitler]
    #1465238 - 04/16/03 08:37 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

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If you do not wish to pay taxes, then do not make money.




I do not mind paying taxes for things that I support. I would gladly pay taxes for transportation costs such as road work and I would gladly pay for our national defense budget. I also do not mind providing funds for police, firefighters, etc. I do mind paying for the lifeless body down the street that decides because he gets welfare that he does not need to apply himself. And I do mind paying for a lifeless system of providing retirement funds especially when I know that the system will go out of existence before I can get back a single penny from them (yeah thats right, damn you social security). The government does not ask me to pay taxes, it strips me of my right to my personal earnings before I can make a decision. Well obviously "big brother" must know better than I do. I work for the government as does every single employee in America and that is wrong.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: atomikfunksoldier]
    #1465250 - 04/16/03 08:43 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

I hate to tell you this, but despite the current downtrend (which was caused, imo, by the begining of socialistic trends) in the American economy, it still is the top economy in the world and will continue to be until someone discovers the true power that competition can bring. Huhmmm lets be more like Canada and France so we can have a shitty economy, too. See its comments like this that make my head hurt.


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Re: Alberta is Canada's delinquent punk of a province [Re: Evolving]
    #1465261 - 04/16/03 08:47 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

-spheres of social existence that effect a citizen's rights- by rights i mean, the right to health care, the right to water, the right of housing, basic neccessities. you dont need recreational drugs to keep yourself alive, you need water and food.

-whats wrong with making a profit? well...regarding social services, it takes the focus of helping people and shifts it to making money, and consequently it does not provide the original service. for example: privitized prisons in america. the original purpose of a prison is to detain dangerous members of society. but once privitized, its purpose is to make money, hmmmmm....

-the difference between food and health care: you dont need huge amounts of money and highly educated professionals to run a bakery. because hospitals are so expensive to run, its quite difficult to have cheap hospitals for poor people.

-check out some statistics, like public water, and see the differences before water was privitized and then after.

-bastardized: the original purpose has been shifted to suit the needs of the new controllers. example: a hospital helps sick people, then it becomes privitized--- a hospital generates profits

-we must be checking different surveys, and seeing different cities as well, because, if you compare any american city (same size) to a canadian, japanese, or western european city, odds are the american will be a much worse place to live...unless your rich, then you can live in a gated community and go to a sweet hospital and an ivy leauge university.

-privitization policy: the initiative of american state and federal government to turn public organizations into private ones. its quite obvious.

-capitalism does not serve the needs of the people, it serves the desires of a few people in control of the means of production. that is what capitalism is, check any basic economics text.


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